Greatest Quotes from Great Films
Quotes and misquotes.

  • Greatest Film Misquotes Part 1 GREATEST MOVIE MISQUOTES Some of the most classic film lines or scenes are really only legendary and/or apocryphal , or they are merely movie misquotes , but after many years of repetition, they have become part of the filmgoing public's consciousness.

  • Many of these examples are film quotes that were either commonly attributed wrongly, or in fact were never actually spoken, such as: In , one of the earliest Western talkies, Gary Cooper's taunting line was not: "Smile when you call me that!", or "When ya call me that, smile !", but "If you wanna call me that, smile." Play 1929 clip: (88 KB) The legendary blood-sucking Count Dracula (Hungarian-born actor Bela Lugosi) never said "I want to suck your blood" in the Universal horror classic, .

  • Often misquoted is Dr.

  • Frankenstein has often been quoted as saying instead: "He's alive! Alive!" Mel Brooks' irreverent spoof featured grandson Frederick Frankenstein (Gene Wilder) resuming his late grandfather's experiments, and his loud exclamation of: "Alive.

  • [In Home Alone (1990) , Macauley Culkin watched a scene from a fictional B/W gangster film videotape titled, "Angels With Filthy Souls" (a take-off on the Cagney film ), in which a gangster shoots his girlfriend, while saying, "Take that, you dirty rat!"] Greta Garbo's most famous quote of all, "I want to be alone, " was often thought to be non-existent or merely a statement of her reclusive nature in private life.

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  • The next character is the which may be one of " (double quote), ' (apostrophe), | (vertical bar), # (sharpsign), / (slash), ( (left parenthesis), < (less than), [ (left square bracket), or { (left curly bracket).

  • a backslash is followed by a Q (uppercase) the following characters up to E (uppercase) are quoted , i.e.

  • Hmm, need an example? * #?"LAa-QAa-EAa-E" "aa-aa\-aa-" * #?"QAa-LAa-EAa-E" "Aa\-aa\-Aa\-" * #?"UQAa-LAa-EAa-E" "AA\-aa-Aa-" ;; note that only the first hyphen is quoted now Quoting characters with Q is especially helpful if you want to a string verbatim into a .

  • For example, the expansion of #?"Q-l${(let ((x 40)) (+ x 2))}" might look like this: (with-output-to-string (#:G1098) (write-string (cl-interpol:quote-meta-chars (with-output-to-string (#:G1099) (write-string "-" #:G1099) (let ((#:G1100 (format nil "~A" (progn (let ((x 40)) (+ x 2)))))) (when (plusp (length #:G1100)) (setf (char #:G1100 0) (char-downcase (char #:G1100 0)))) (write-string #:G1100 #:G1099)))) #:G1098)) However, if a string read by CL-INTERPOL does not contain interpolations, it is guaranteed to be expanded into a constant Lisp string.

  • It returns a string STRING' where all non-word characters (everything except ASCII characters, digits and underline) of STRING are quoted by prepending a backslash - similar to Perl's quotemeta function.


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  • At one point in Shop, a robotic card cheat is shot by another robot, triggering the observation from the mouse that, quote, it just goes to show you cant cheat an honest man.

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  • Daffy Duck, when posing as a movie director and conning the studio cop in Hollywood Daffy (Freleng, 1946) asks the cop quote, what has Errol Flynn got that you havent? endquote...

  • To summarize, let us quote Chuck Jones, who said this when Freleng passed away: He was a giant in my best estimation, and it is hard to recognize a giant in your midst when he is only 5-foot-4.

  • The arch-patsy of Bugs Bunny (the J is only used in one cartoon, in the famous sequence in Hare Brush (Freleng, 1955), where the shrink gets Bugs to repeat endlessly quote, I am Elmer J.

  • Fudd, millionaire; I own a mansion and a yacht, endquote) in dozens of cartoons, usually, but not always, in the role of hunter versus prey.

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  • A kid watching a cartoon isn't going to jump up and down and say, 'Oh boy! It's Danny De Vito doing the voice!' I read a quote from a casting person at one of the big companies that said that the days of the Mel Blancs and the Daws Butlers are gone, and that they cast well-known celebrities because they want 'real' actors, as if Mel and Daws were not 'real' actors, which of course they were." However, some of the most financially successful films of the late '90s have been cartoons.

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  • Critic Quote about Phantom of the Mall: "Pauly Shore fans, both of you, take note.

  • Critic Quote: "Just gear for a summer of Pauly-speak, and God help us all." () Ambassador Shore In S.D.

  • Critic Quote: "Unfortunately, Shore is among the least-watchable personalities in Hollywood, and it requires herculean self-control to sit through ninety-plus minutes of his irritating, juvenile antics." () 1994 In The Army Now ($28.8 million).

  • Critic Quote: "Maybe the point of the Pauly Shore character is that he's cool and unengaged most of the time.

  • Critic Quote: "Shore is one of the lamest comics in Hollywood history." () Pauly's Response To Critics: "Oh, and by the way, f**k those faggot critics anyway." () It's no prison bars, but it's a start 1996 Bio-Dome ($26.7 million).

  • Critic Quote: "Not only is Bio-Dome not even remotely funny; it could possibly be the worst Hollywood movie Iíve ever seen." () 1997 Bleeding from the cuts of a thousand movie critics, Pauly runs to the last haven of the bad actor: the Fox network.

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